The SiS300 shall enhances the 3D capabilities of the SiS6326 and support 128-bit technology.
The new chip will tri-linear mip-mapping, bilinear filtering and multi-texturering. Powered by the internal 128-bit 2D and 3D graphics accelerator engines, a card based on these chips will support for 4/8/16/32 and 64M Bytes graphics memory through the 128-bit DRAM interface. The card is also AGP 4X compatible,
As we know from Voodoo³ already this card will also support direct acces to a flat screen monitor. As the chips are scheduled for April to ship in masses, we will have to wait for a little while.
So let us sit back, wait and see who else will join the race in the graphics business in april next year. Until so far we will see four cards coming to market within a short time frame of two months only. 3Dfx, ATI, nVidia and SiS. There is still annnouncement running from Videologic. They had a sample at CeBit last year. But no product was brought to market so far.